Resolution condemning assault in Charlottesville heads to Trump

Congress unanimously authorized a fortitude Tuesday, putting the vigour on President Trump to commend the assault in Charlottesville, V.A., last month as a “domestic terror attack” and take an active role in addressing the superiority of hatred groups in the country.

The resolution, which was upheld unanimously in the Senate on Monday before it won unanimous capitulation in the House on Tuesday, will land on Trump’s table as it awaits his signature.

The boss was widely criticized by officials opposite the domestic spectrum after he responded to the assault that claimed the life of 32-year-old counter-protester Heather Heyer and pronounced there was censure on “both sides”.

The fortitude is seen as an bid to force Trump to reject the “racist violence” in Charlottesville in stronger terms, 

Charlottesville automobile ramming attack victim Heather Heyer in a photo streamer her GoFundMe page. Heyer was killed when James Fields rammed his automobile into her and others on Aug 12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a white supremacist convene and counter-protest.

Charlottesville automobile ramming attack victim Heather Heyer in a photo streamer her GoFundMe page. Heyer was killed when James Fields rammed his automobile into her and others on Aug 12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a white supremacist convene and counter-protest.

(GoFundMe)

It also declares Heyer’s death the outcome of a “domestic militant attack” and calls White nationalism, white supremacy, and neo-Nazism “contradictory to the values that conclude the people of the United States.”

Congress  urged Trump to pronounce out against hatred groups and use “all resources available” to residence their flourishing superiority in the country.

The fortitude calls for the profession ubiquitous to concur with the Department of Homeland Security secretary to examine “all acts of violence, danger and domestic terrorism” from far-right groups and guard and urge the routine of stating hatred crimes.

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